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May 19, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Chub activities

United Order True Sisters will
hold its installation of officers 1
p.m. Tuesday at Northland Audi-
torium, Mrs.'
Adele Simons,
president, a n d
r s. Hortense
Brisk, vice presi-
dent of the Na-
tional Order of
True Sisters, will
be present. Those
to be installed
a r e Mesdames
Joseph Lupo-
Mrs. Lupovitch vitch, president;
Leon Becker, vice president; Stan-
ley Baar, Nathan Oleshansky and
David Redis•h, secretaries; Law-
r en c e Herman, treasurer; Sam
Zack, mentor; Ira Levy, warden;
Arthur Markowitz, guardian; Leon-
ard Pinter, monitress; and Edward
Kreske, Barney Ross and Leslie
Joseph, trustees. The Detroit chap-
ter of UOTS is celebrating its 15th
year. One of the special events
being planned is a dinner-dance
7 p.m. June 3 at the Hillcrest
Country Club. Friends are invited.
For reservations, contact Mrs.
Becker, LI 7-7469, or Mrs. Ole-
shansky, 398-8263.

• • •

YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will

KINNERET CHAPTER. Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Councilman Mel Ravitz
will talk on the current problems
of the Detroit community. Host-
esses for the afternoon will be
Edith Shapiro and Sadie Begun.
Prospective members and guests
are invited.

* c *

UNIVERSITY SOUTH GROUP
Hadassah, will hold an installation
luncheon noon Tuesday at Hadas-
sah House. Mrs. Nathan Goldman
is installing officer. Featured will
be the film, "The Sand Curtain,"
in which Drew Pearson interviews
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, David
Ben-Gurion. Abba Eban and recent
arrivals from many countries.

*

Akiva PTA Will Hold Closing Meeting Monday

Akiva Hebrew Day School Par- in observance of Israel's 19th
ent-Teachers Association will hold birthday.
its final general meeting of the
season 8 p.m. Monday at Young
Israel Center of Oak-Woods.
Mrs. Irving Hershman will give
WHEN WE
a preview of the honor role dinner
CLEAN
to be held June 19. ,Mrs. Charles
YOUR CARPET,
Levi and Mrs. Ithamar Koenigs-
berg, co-chairmen of the nominat-
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ing committee, announce that
SOIL RESISTANT
elections will be held, and the film
"Let My People Go", will be shown

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At a recent ceremony, the Jewish Women's European Welfare
Organization and North Woodward Branch presented the Histadrut
campaign with a perpetual scholarship which will help Israeli
youngsters complete their schooling. Present at the ceremony were
(from left) Mrs. Mollie Baseman, Mrs. Ida Goldsmith, Mrs. Morris
Haut, president of North Woodward Branch, Mrs. Louis Honigman,
Alfred Michaels, Histadrut director, Mrs. Morris Miller, president,
Mrs. Julius Schlussel, Mrs. Jack Seder and Mrs. Joseph Zuckerman.
• s •
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UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY will hold
its installation of officers at an
open meeting noon Wednesday at
the Esther Berman Building. The
nominating committee will present sky, vice president, has arranged chairman of the day. Mrs. Albert
program. Officers to be in-
the candidates for election to of- the
Elazar, will install the new offi-
stalled are president. Mrs. Ben
fice. Refreshments will be served.
cers, and Mrs. Henry Berris will
Chestnut; vice presidents, Mes-
* * *
review Is There an Answer?" by
dames Willard Zamsky, Norman
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will _Adelman and Hyman Lazell: treas- David and Tamar De Sola Pool.
hold both a regular and a board urer• Mrs. Samuel Wexler; secre- A petite luncheon will be served
meeting noon Monday at the Met- taries. Mesdames Rubin Klein. Na- by Mrs. Erwin Friedman and her
ropolitan Federal Savings Bank, than Weisenthal and Harry Letzer; committee. A c h e c k for funds
Southfield and 14 Mile Rd. Lunch- case supervisor, Mrs. Daniel Wino- raised by the auxiliary will be pre-
eon will be served, and there will grad: and hospital supervisor. Mrs. sented to the United Hebrew
be a social hour. Friends invited. Paul Detach. For ticket informa- Schools for graduate study scholar-
ships to Midrasha students who
*
tion, call Mrs. Zamsky, 862-8461.
wish to prepare for Hebrew teach-
NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE
*
*
ing as a profession: scholarships
WOMEN ' will meet 12:30 p.m.
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO- for high school students to He-
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Joe CIETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
brew-speaking camps; reference
Glazer, 29450 Everett, Southfield. will hold its final meeting of the books for the library; and awards
season 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at to outstanding graduate students.
Raleigh House. Outgoing presi- Mrs. Isadore Goren, president of
Now . . .
dent. Mrs. Leonard Haking, will the auxiliary, invited friends in
be presented with a president's the community.
There Are
pin by the immediate past presi-
* *
Two
dent, Mrs. Arnold R. Axelrod.
SOUTH WOODS CHAPTE R,
Mrs.
Reuben
Mendelssohn,
past
Corners
W
. omen's American ORT, at its
president, will install the follow installation May 11 at Greenfield's
On
ing new officers: president, Mrs.
Restaurant
installed Mesdames Je-
Livernois
Norman Schakne; vice presidents,
rome Rosman, president; Norman
Mesdames Julian Stern, Michael
With
Gallant. Sol Gainer, Julius Schiff-
M. Levin, Victor S. Horvitz, Rob- man and Ilershel Sandberg. vice
Internationale
ert Baruch and Alan Lakin; secre-
presidents; Robert Rosenbush,
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taries, Mesdames David Morton,
Simon Morrell, Leonard Reider,
Ralph Coskey, Maurice Silverman
secretaries; and Mrs. Alan Cutler,
and Louis Leipsitz; and treasurer,
treasurer. Board members include
Mrs. Alfred Klein. Twenty - five
Mesdames Edward Chusid, Norton
year pins will be presented by Flusty, Herbert Kay, Earl Ship-
Mrs. David Kliger to Mesdames per, Herbert Furman, Gerald Man-
Ilarold Ginsberg. Marcus Sugar-
dell, Milton Isenberg, Robert
. k•omp, . 1,
man and Louis Kamin. The invo-
Feldman, Bennie Zak, Harry Posar,
cation will be given by Mrs. Mar-
Irwin Goren, Carl Maness, Alfred
vin B. Levy. The program will
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be a presentation of "Songs of
Ehrlichman, Barbara Berman and
Our People" by Cantor Harold Or
Irving Flanders. The invocation
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Walter Silver, past president, wil
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* * *
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
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ZEDAKAII CLUB will hold its
hold a board meeting 11 a.m., fol-
lowed by a regular meeting at annual mother-daughter luncheon
and
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noon, Monday at Southfield Civic noon installation
Monday. Mrs. Willard Zam-
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NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a paid-up mem-
bership luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Membership chairman
Mrs. Philip Saslove is arranging
the program. Guests invited.

* • •
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold its nomination and
election of officers 8 p.m. Monday
at the Sholem Aleichem Institute.

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